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Abstract

This paper reviews existing models and research developed for Web-based Instruction (WBI) and traditional instruction. It focuses on a close examination of the major elements of planning and designing for WBI for higher education including: design models, motivation, methods of creating WBI, graphical user interface design issues and evaluation methods. A comparison of traditional instructional design and Web-based models of instructional design is discussed which concludes with a list of commonalties. Planning and designing motivation for the learner is especially important in distance education. Thus, models of motivation design and methods of incorporating motivation into WBI are included. A "how-to" technical section discusses design topics when creating a web site. Computer based and computer mediated testing techniques are included within the discussion of evaluation.

Year of Submission

1997

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

First Advisor

R. Muffoletto

Second Advisor

Robert R. Hardman

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Date Original

1997

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1 PDF file (32 leaves)

Language

en

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